Saturday, January 7, 2017

Emerging from the Ashes


Since I'm not one of those resolutionaries who sets up some kind of lame checklist of things to do differently at the start of the year, I have no new inspirational words of allegorical wisdom to bestow.
So, the only thing I have to say is that I'll be updating this blog on a slightly more regular basis, now that all the holiday nonsense is behind me.

As for The Red Star Store, with it being as fully stocked as it is, I've veered off the 5x5 path for more personally created art that involves mixed media, and panels of wood.
Most of which, I've done for myself.
What can I say? I haven't been feeling very generous. 
Self preservation, and all that jazz.
Then again, I am producing a few, such as this Shin Godzilla piece, solely for the purpose of making available at my con appreances later in the year.

For now, what's available in the Store is . . . a helluva lot.
And yet, there's still so many more pages of original art, that it makes it all but impossible for me to list every single one of them.
So, if there are any pages from META 4, MONDO, Miniature Jesus or The Superannuated Man that I don't have listed, and are of interest, I can be reached through the Contact tab on this blog, and I'll let you know if I still have them, along with their pricing. 
When the decision to purchase is made, I will then add the page/pages to the Store as a Reserved listing for that specific buyer.

Anyway, that's all I got for now.
Back to the grind, and refilling the inkwell.

T.



Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Blasts From the Past

For anyone who's been clammoring to own original comic art that is void of anything to do with capes, cowls, or the obligatory banana-hammock, or for those of you who already know my work, and are looking to own a page of my past projects, then check out the Store. I've added a plethora of original art from my series Miniature Jesus, The Superannuated Man and Mondo.

All art is guaranteed to be mainstream-style-free, as well as contain at least 5ml of ink per page.

Not a bad bargain, especially if your thing is to own artwork that can never be accused of selling out, conforming to a dime-a-dozen marketplace, and/or being trendy.

T.